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Bangalore Military School

  • Indian(CBSE)
  • English
  • Day School
  • Locality:Richmond Town
  • Landmark:N.A.
  • Full Address:PB 2500, Museum Road, Hosur Road, Bangalore - 560 025.
  • Phone No:080 - 5554972
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  • Locality:Richmond Town
  • Landmark:N.A.
  • Full Address:PB 2500, Museum Road, Hosur Road, Bangalore - 560 025.
  • Phone No:080 - 5554972
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Bangalore Military School was founded by King George VI in 1945 under the name of King George Royal Indian Military College. In 1952, the school was reorganised as a Residential Public School. In 1966 the school's name was changed to "Bangalore Military School". Most of the old boys of this school are members of the Old Boys Association. The Association celebrated Silver Jubilee on 08/12/96 coinciding with the Golden Jubilee of the school.
  • Indian(CBSE)
  • English
  • Day School
  • Co-Educational
  • School provides transportation
Admission Schedule
  • I to XII
  • CBSE Board
  • English Medium
  • Day School
  • Co-ed School
  • Grades: 1-12
  • School Day: Monday - Saturday
  • Timing: 10am - 5pm
  • Gender: Co-Educational
  • Religion: All
  • Principal: Lt Col Tamojeet Biswas
  • Acronym: RMSB
  • Curriculum: Indian(CBSE)
  • Language: English
  • Fees: N.A.
RMSB is basically a residential school. The school has an eight bedded hospital and is authorized a Medical Officer with two Nursing Assistants. The school has large number of play grounds, a modern Swimming Pool, an auditorium and a CSD Canteen.
Extra Curricular Activities
  • Social Studies
  • Science
  • Mathematics
  • Computer Science
  • Physical Education
  • Language
  • Arts
  • Music
  • Dance & Painting
Additional Details
King George V (1865-1936) was the king of Great Britain and Emperor of India from 1910 to 1936. Though during the first World War he had no direct responsibility, his duties, nonetheless took him to 450 Military and Naval installations, 300 Military hospitals and to several other places for personally distributing as many as 58,000 decorations. It was during some of these visits that King George V was so impressed with the courage and fighting abilities of the Indian Troops that at the conclusion of the war, he decided to set up some institutions for education of children of Indian Jawans. Hence these schools were named, King George Royal Indian Military Colleges (KGRIMCs). Initially, these schools were opened between 1925-1930 at Jhelum, Jullundhar and Ajmer. In 1945 when World War II came to an end, two more King George Royal Indian Military Colleges were started at Belgaum and Bangalore by King George VI.

With the nucleus of 100 South Indian Boys, 50 from Jullundhar and 50 from Ajmer, the King George VI Royal Indian Military College had its origin in Bangalore in 1946. During World War II the site of present school was used as a convalescing Home for British Troops. In the beginning, the staff were entirely military personnel, with exception of office staff who were civilians. Lt Col RHD Ross of the 8th Punjab Regiment and later transferred to RAEC, was the first Commandant. In 1948, Lt Col Ross retired and left for UK. His place was taken by Maj TW King the first Indian Officer in Command.

At first, all instructors were officers, but they were gradually replaced by JCOs. In Lt Col TW King's time civilian masters began to be appointed.


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